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Real-time insights monitoring and informing Ontario’s response to COVID-19 containing centralized data and collaborative analytics and is community-driven.

ICES COVID-19-Dashboard

The ICES dashboard provides an overview of the sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of individuals tested and confirmed positive for COVID-19 in Ontario. It includes percent positivity for COVID-19 as well as a breakdown of positive cases by FSA. The dashboard is updated on a weekly basis and was created by ICES (formerly the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences).

Blog Posts

The 501 Blues: How worried should we be about novel SARS-2 variants?

Over the Christmas break news began to circulate of a novel SARS-2 variant, which had appeared in southern England in September 2021 and which has rapidly become the dominant strain of SARS-2 across England.  Particularly worrisome is the fact that this new strain of SARS-2 has a mutation known as N501Y, which is known to […]

Journal of a Plague Year

“Pestilence is so common; there have been as many plagues in the world as wars, and yet both plagues and wars find people equally unprepared.  The people of our town were no more guilty than anyone else…Why should they have thought about plague, which negates futures, journeys and debate.  They considered themselves free, and no […]

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Black Health Matters Project

The Black Health Matters Project led by Dr. Roberta Timothy is conducting research on how COVID-19 has impacted African/Black individuals and communities, front line health care workers and essential service workers and how systemic/structural violence are barriers to effective prevention, treatment and management of COVID-19 in the African/Black population.

Media

What Ontario’s new modelling tells us

Adalsteinn (Steini) Brown, Dean of the DLSPH, with Ashleigh Tuite of DLSPH, Colin Furness of Information and DLPSH and Andrew Morris and Isaac Bogoch of the Temerty Faculty of Medicine.

Lecture

Race, Racism and COVID-19

Watch the November 24, 2020, inaugural lecture of the Institute for Pandemics Lecture Series on Health Equity. Focused on racial health inequities in COVID-19 outcomes and highlighting the empirical evidence that has been accumulated thus far, this event explored how advocates and policymakers are taking up the evidence in real-time. The expert panel explored the data and other indicators and examined its implications for using policy and other strategies to dismantle structural, systemic racism.

Data

ICES COVID-19-Dashboard

The ICES dashboard provides an overview of the sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of individuals tested and confirmed positive for COVID-19 in Ontario. It includes percent positivity for COVID-19 as well as a breakdown of positive cases by FSA. The dashboard is updated on a weekly basis and was created by ICES (formerly the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences).

Data

How’s my Flattening

Real-time insights monitoring and informing Ontario’s response to COVID-19 containing centralized data and collaborative analytics and is community-driven.

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